Adams Pro Bono Publico Awards
In furtherance of SJC Rule 6.1, Voluntary Pro Bono Publico Service, the Supreme Judicial Court Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services annually presents the Adams Pro Bono Publico Awards to honor Massachusetts lawyers, law students, small and large law firms, government attorney offices, corporate law departments, law schools or other institutions in the legal profession that demonstrate outstanding and exceptional commitment to providing volunteer legal services for the poor and disadvantaged. The awards are presented in a ceremony at the John Adams Courthouse.
2013 Adams Pro Bono Publico Awards
Awards Notice Seeking Nominations New!
Please note that eligibility for the awards was expanded last year to include law schools and law students, including those law students who are graduating in 2013. Also, nominations submitted in 2012 remain active for consideration in the 2013 awards program provided that the nominating party submits a letter restating the intent to nominate the candidate and updating the narrative with any relevant information. The awards will be presented at the Supreme Judicial Court on October 23, 2013 in conjunction with National Pro Bono Week, as designated by the American Bar Association
The deadline for submitting nominations is July 1, 2013.